Some find the art of training their chug puppy daunting. However, when you step back, it is actually simpler than it seems.
Training your chug puppy can be both frustrating and rewarding. You may not want to torment your poor chug puppy for months on end with commands that to him may seem irrelevant and unncessary. However, when they finally start to obey, it will only strengthen your relationship. After all, uneaten furniture makes everyone happy, right? He has learned that when you are happy you give him treats and he has also learned the things that are most likely to make you happy.
This is of course a beneficial relationship for all concerned. You get what you want and the dog gets what he wants, making everyone more pleased. Some people say that the dog is actually happier because it craves rules and boundaries. Dogs will test you to see how far they can push you because they want you to define their limitations, to give them their place in the household. I am not sure how convincing I find this argument but it makes some sense, in the way it makes sense that children with rules and boundaries tend to be better adjusted as well.
So what does this mean in a nutshell – stay consistent and dilligent with your chug puppy’s training and you both be happy as a result of your loving compromise.